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"Although Baco suffered a gunshot wound to the face, he was back on duty in less than two weeks," he added.Baco received a Medal of Valor from the agency and also from the Oregon Peace Officers Association.### Salem Police Detectives are seeking assistance from the public in locating a person of interest in commercial burglaries in the Salem area.Detectives have been attempting to find 26-year old Roberto Brandon Baney-Mateos as a person of interest in several commercial burglaries, including La Bonita Bakery on November 25.Salem Police K-9 Baco and K-9 Jake have officially retired from police work, both after both serving four years of service to the community.K-9 Baco, a German Shepherd from the Netherlands, was first certified in 2013 to work for the Salem Police Department.
Twitter sends messages out exceptionally fast thanks to arrangements they have made with the cell phone companies. He was eventually charged with 22 counts of Burglary dating back to November 20.
Jake's handler, Officer Matt Gill, shared Jake's last deployment, "The suspect dragged Jake for approximately 30 feet when the suspect spun around and displayed a firearm.
Jake was able to pull the suspect to the ground making it possible for me to take the suspect into custody." Unfortunately, due to the advancement of the disease, the physical nature of his last deployment put too much strain on Jake's body and he could not return to duty.
Regrettably, the department may also have to retire a third police dog in the coming months, so efforts to raise monies are underway under the leadership of the Salem Police Foundation.
Said Bellshaw, "This fundraising project is particularly important as the funds are for the purchase of the animals, as well as for the joint training of the dog and the officer who will be their handler." Fundraising is not the only project the police foundation is undertaking as the organization will also be holding a retirement party for the dogs in January at a local venue.